Is The ‘Uncharted’ Movie Any Good? – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’m a sucker for a good adventure film and the treasure hunting sub-genre is always a fun ride for me. Films like the Indiana Jones franchise, the 1999 version of The Mummy and the Uncharted video games are always swashbuckling fun times and personally, we don’t get enough swashbuckling these days. So I strapped in and watched the Uncharted movie starring Tom Holland and Mark … Continue reading Is The ‘Uncharted’ Movie Any Good? – ScreenHub Entertainment

What To Expect For “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning” – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s probably been said times and times again, but the Mission: Impossible franchise is most probably the single unique example of an action franchise done right through time. As Tom Cruise gets older and older, the movies get even better. Hard to believe at this point, but Cruise is about to celebrate his 60th birthday and he remains as committed to shooting the absolute best … Continue reading What To Expect For “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning” – ScreenHub Entertainment

How Furries Conquered Cinema – ScreenHub Entertainment

A few months ago, the internet was alight with trailers for The Bad Guys, the latest animated film from Dreamworks. Within days of the trailer dropping, fan art of the lead character, Mr. Wolf, started making headway online, and some were shocked. Sure, the internet thinks the wolf is hot,’ people would say. My reaction? What did you expect from furries? Over the last few … Continue reading How Furries Conquered Cinema – ScreenHub Entertainment

Everything Everywhere All at Once Review [Spoiler Free]

Ever since its first trailer dropped, Everything Everywhere All at Once has been turning heads. This mind-bending multiversal madhouse of a movie has even managed to pull some fan’s curiosity away from Marvel’s behemoth advertising campaign. We went to our contributor Chris and asked: can we believe the hype?  The Review You can absolutely believe the hype. Everything Everywhere All at Once is an incredible … Continue reading Everything Everywhere All at Once Review [Spoiler Free]

The King’s Man’s Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Kingsman movies have been, quite literally, hit and miss with me. The first one was a surprise hit, a self-aware James Bond tribute film that put an emphasis on chivalry and style. The second film, The Golden Circle, was a bloated mess that abandoned many of the fun little lessons of the first and brought back Colin Firth’s character, undermining the shocking twist of … Continue reading The King’s Man’s Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Starts Strong But Fumbles The Finale – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to horror, the 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the most relentless and effective horror films in history. As a series, the franchise is nothing short of a jumbled mess, lacking any sort of unifying vision. There have been some decent sequels, like the oddly comedic 2nd film and the surprisingly effective remake, and others that were beyond horrible such as … Continue reading The New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Starts Strong But Fumbles The Finale – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Scream’ Has Little Innovation; And That’s The Point – Screenhub Entertainment

Whenever trends in horror have popped up, Scream has been there to offer commentary. The fifth film in the franchise, also titled Scream, doesn’t bring much new to the table, banking more on nostalgia for the trendsetting original, but that’s kind of what the whole movie is about. After her sister is attacked, Sam Carpenter (Melissa Barrera) returns to her hometown of Woodsboro California, where … Continue reading ‘Scream’ Has Little Innovation; And That’s The Point – Screenhub Entertainment

Guilty Pleasure: The ‘Underworld’ Series Has A Surprising Understanding of History and Mythology – ScreenHub Entertainment

We’re in the cold, desolate month of January, where most movie studios dump their unwanted movies to the big screen. When a film is projected to get poor reviews and potentially cost the studio money, they simply sacrifice it to the altar of January. This may be what Screen Gems thought was in store for their vampire versus werewolf franchise, which has been a January … Continue reading Guilty Pleasure: The ‘Underworld’ Series Has A Surprising Understanding of History and Mythology – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Time Is Right To Adapt ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ To The Big Screen – ScreenHub Entertainment

As HBO Max and its Canadian brother, Crave, kindly reminded us prior to the new year, 2021 marked the 20-year anniversary of the beginning of the Harry Potter franchise in cinema. It was in November 2001 that we were first introduced to Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson as our official Harry, Ron and Hermione; which feels like centuries ago. ‘Blimey’ as Ron would … Continue reading The Time Is Right To Adapt ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ To The Big Screen – ScreenHub Entertainment

Home Alone’s Themes & How Home Alone 2 Missed Them – ScreenHub Entertainment

As I type this opening sentence, I can’t help but hear the collective groan of my readership when talking about the ‘themes’ of Home Alone. What could possibly be thoughtful about a 90s family comedy? The thing about big hits is often, sometimes unintentionally, they explore ideas that resonate with viewers in a way that makes the film last. Home Alone is such a film, … Continue reading Home Alone’s Themes & How Home Alone 2 Missed Them – ScreenHub Entertainment